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Elon Musk is digging tunnels

Elon Musk The Boring Company

Elon Musk is digging tunnels

The project of Elon Musk and his team, which has been working with the name Boring, a company established to solve the problem of traffic in the metropolis, has shown itself for underground transportation.



The details of Boring, the third company Elon Musk set up to develop tunnel projects to solve traffic problems in big cities following Tesla and SpaceX, are beginning to show up with concrete images. The device displayed at SpaceX’s facility has become the first indication of company plans while talking about a purchase request for a gigantic machine with a length of about 122 meters and a weight of 1.2 tons that will be used in this project in February. It is claimed that the part of the tunnel form, which is not yet known, whether the unit that Musk plans to purchase is one of the parts to be used in the testing process.



One of the most important parts of this project, which Musk said in his last interview, is that it will serve from about 15 meters below the ground, is the perfect application of digging techniques. Among the parts that are still unclear is where the company┬áplans to unite the tunnels, which is in pursuit of new technologies for excavation work, completes its operations. The excavation of the tunnels, which Musk believed to be a great solution to the traffic problem, continues in the area where SpaceX is located in Los Angeles, USA. The details of Neuralink, a new company whose projects will soon be developed on the basis of Musk’s close communication with the human brain and computer, also appeared.

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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